I hope you are all FORCED to watch this by your wives. I can understand watching Dancing w/ the Stars b/c of the hot pro female dancers. But there is no excuse to watch the last 4 years or so. Just my opinion, but this show has over run its course.
My wife watches it, and so I usually just surf CF and the web while she watches it.
Usually she just DVR's the show and watches it in about 5 minutes, but last night we just turned it on to watch the results... And on the HD feed of KDSM the audio cut out right when the winner was announced... That made me crack up.
I was at the bar last night playing sand volleyball when it was on. We had just gotten done playing and were sitting around drinking when they announced the winner. I was thoroughly disappointed in the number of dudes high fiving each other and cheering. At that point I was pretty sure that Christopher Lowell would be the "tough guy" in that bar.
Honestly is it such a good thing for Cook to be the Idol winner? Daughtry wasn't (and to this day I STILL can't remember the name of the grey-haired dude that won it that year) and look how successful Daughtry's become. Hasn't only two Idol winners actually went on to become famous?
It may have been better for little I-can't-seem-to-open-my-eyes to win and get sucked into an Idol contract while Cook signs a record contract that doesn't tie him with Idol. Cook will be huge and he doesn't need Idol after this point to do it.
Never argue with an idiot. They will bring you down to their level and then beat you with experience.
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